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I suppose I could hope so.  I don't go there anymore, so it is no longer an issue for me.

The people who invited us to dinner are English, but they have been here for a long time.  I am having The Pug put down next week and the wife is taking me because she knows that I will find it hard to handle.  I didn't ask, she offered.  That is kind.
Best wishes re your dog.  I had to take one of the family's dogs to his end of time at the vet, and I found it extremely distressing.

Stay strong and remember the good memories.
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I was invited out to dinner last night and had Raclette for the first time ever.  It was excellent, and so was the company.

My cheese, by the way.  Courtesy of The Food Bank.  They seem to have quite a lot of that at the moment.

I am thinking about starting up another thread that has nothing to do with MBM, and I found your post extremely interesting on 3 different fronts.

As for the Algarve, at this very moment in time, the sky is perfect azure, with not a cloud in sight.  It looks like our BBQ, scheduled for 3pm on our main patio, is definitely ON.

I have been instructed by my beloved that as it will be a large family gathering (8 adults, 5 kids), I have to pack in at least 2 walkies with Gonšalo before prep and people start.  I have just returned from walkie #1.  So I am on schedule.

Do we have a table long enough for 8 adults?  Dunno.  I reckon we will have to improvise.
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There are still inherently kind people in the UK.

I suppose I could hope so.  I don't go there anymore, so it is no longer an issue for me.

The people who invited us to dinner are English, but they have been here for a long time.  I am having The Pug put down next week and the wife is taking me because she knows that I will find it hard to handle.  I didn't ask, she offered.  That is kind.
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Correct - but they are still no further - I'm sure you know how much they have spent getting to their dead end.

I don't know what the net, are investigating.. And neither do you
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For example?

Dogs involved in 200 cases
Shutters couldn't be opened from the outside
A man couldn't fit through the window
Alerts to cadaver and blood
DNA transference is uncommon
Perlins analysis could be a game changer
Dna could corroborate the cadaver alerts
Are just a few
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The Met weren't involved in the case 12 years, ago... It was the inept PJ who were, at a dead end becausevthey couldn't pin it in the parents

Correct - but they are still no further - I'm sure you know how much they have spent getting to their dead end.
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That is just your opinion.

How do you know what will happen until it is tried. How do you no it would only be a few cells

As for insignificant if DNA was found in the boot - the case would be solved in less than a week.

I'm sure that in that case, a helpful spokesperson/family friend would come a long with a perfectly innocent explanation.  8(0(*
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What about evidence that isn't true, eg a false statement/ How do you classify that ?
Evidence of lying or forgetfulness or misunderstanding of course.
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Finding a few cells of maddies DNA in the boot of the car would be insignificant and would not solve the case in a week... It's total rubbish... Colin Sutton seems to be making a fool of himself Re DNA although some can't see it

That is just your opinion.

How do you know what will happen until it is tried. How do you no it would only be a few cells

As for insignificant if DNA was found in the boot - the case would be solved in less than a week.
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Easter is wholly Religious in France, but all of the shops are open, even on Easter Friday Morning.  France is a Catholic Country, but a bit laid back about it all.  It seems to me to be more of a way of life than a Religion.  People are inherently kind in a way in which disappeared from Britain a very long time ago.

There are still inherently kind people in the UK.
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